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Top 9 Natural Home Remedies For Wrinkles

>> Jul 15, 2018

Wrinkles are the natural part of getting older. However, if you care for the whole body from the inside out to build healthy cells that have good water retention, you can control the process of aging and help the skin and body look good. To deal with wrinkles in hands - an essential part of the body, this article provide nine natural and simple home remedies that you can practice at home.
1. Aloe Vera
Containing malic acid, the mucilage in the gel (meat) of the aloe vera leaves can moisturize and elasticize the skin. The gel also stimulates the synthesis of collagen and elastin fibers, helping to prevent the destruction of the skin when we age. Therefore, aloe vera gel is also used as a moisturizer during hands care to reduce the wrinkles.


  •  Obtain the meat by peeling fresh aloe vera leaf.
  •  Obtain the gel by squeezing the meat.
  • Apply the gel to the wrinkled area in the hands and allow it to sit for 15 - 20 minutes
  • Wash hand with warm water.
  • Do this daily.

2. Bananas
Bananas are one of the most nutritious fruits, containing vitamins A, B, C, E, as well as minerals such as potassium, iron, and zinc. It has many health effects, especially with dry, acne-prone or begin-to-aging skin. Bananas help moisturize and hydrate the skin as it contains vitamin B6, C, and abundant water.


  •  Obtain pulp by mashing 1 ripped banana by hand or food processor.
  •  Apply the paste to the hands. Let it stay for 30 minutes or until it dry.
  •   Clean hand with lukewarm water.
  •  Repeat twice a week.

3. Pineapples
Vitamin C in pineapples offers surprising benefits to the skin thanks to its antioxidant properties, and it also protects your body from free radicals. Pineapples can protect the skin against the effects of aging from the sun and reducing wrinkles. Thanks to its antioxidant effect, eating pineapple or drinking pineapple juice regularly gives you the youthfulness.


  •  Make fresh pineapple pulp or juice. A tablespoon of honey can be added.
  •  Apply the pulp or liquid to the wrinkled surface in your hands and gently massage.
  •  Rinse off with clean water after 15 to 20 minutes.
  •  Regularly reiterate the process.

Another way, you can eat pineapples to remain the vitamin C intake in your body.

4. Tomatoes
Tomatoes contain lots of vitamins lycopene and beta-carotene, all of which are potent antioxidants. Vitamin A and B in tomatoes help to blot the spots and slow down the aging process of the skin. Vitamin C stimulates collagen production, enhances elasticity, prevents the formation of wrinkles, and reduces skin irritation.


  •  Prepare fresh tomato juice or mashed flesh.
  • Soak hands in the juice or flesh for 5 minutes.
  • Let hands dry for another 5 minutes and rinse off with clean water.
  • The method can be applied up to twice a day.

Also, you can drink fresh juice or eat tomatoes regularly to provide necessitated antioxidants and lycopene for the body.

5. Carrots
Carrots are a prevalent fruit that beneficial to the skin. When absorbed into the body, beta-carotene in carrots is converted into vitamin A, which helps to reduce the degradation of skin cells and thus to slow down the aging process. At the same time, carrots increase collagen amount in the skin, thereby maintaining elasticity and preventing wrinkles and sagging skin.


  •  Boil 1 or 2 carrots.
  • Acquire paste by blending well-boiled carrots. Add a small amount of honey if it is rough.
  • Rub the glue on the hands in a circular motion. Sit for 30 minutes or until the paste is dry.
  • Use warm water to clean the paste.
  • Apply once a week or 2 times per 3 weeks.

6. Coconut Oil
Coconut oil has long been an indispensable beauty product for many women, especially in removing wrinkles and preventing the adverse effect of aging. It contains vitamins, antioxidants as well as many other chemical elements. When the coconut oil penetrates inside the skin, it will act on each skin cell, increase the ability of the cells to bind together, quickly restore the injured skin, and makes skin healthy from the inside. At the same time, the plenty vitamin E and the antioxidants in coconut oil provide deep cleansing, tighten pores, give moisture, and erase wrinkles effectively.


  • Warm up the oil slightly.
  • Rub into hand skin in a circular direction for 10 minutes.
  • Leave for 30-60 minutes or overnight.
  • After relaxing, using warm water will quickly clean the oil.
  • If leaving the method overnight, you should wear gloves for best results and wash off in the morning.  
  • Treat daily or thrice a week.

7. Olive Oil
Olive oil comprises many nutrients, antioxidants, and especially vitamins, all of which are good for skin and health. The antioxidants contained in the olive can prevent the aging process of your skin and help the skin keep young if regularly use. Some polyphenols in olive oil can also slow down the aging, maintaining moisture for the naturally soft skin.

Oil massage method: following the steps in coconut oil treatment
Olive oil and sugar mixture:

  • Combine olive oil and sugar with the ratio 1:1
  • Rub the paste on the hands and leave for 10 minutes.
  • Massage with little olive oil after washing off the paste with heated water.
  • A moderate amount of olive oil can also be used in daily cooking.

8. Rice
With rich vitamin B and E contents, rice powder is very useful in improving pigmentation, whitening and nourishing even skin color. Moreover, rice powder is also limited to aging, wrinkles reduction, skin rejuvenation, sunburn relief, restoration damage, and regeneration of soft and young skin. Rice water contains vitamins B5, which is very beneficial for the skin.

Rice powder mixture:

  • Make a paste of rice powder, rose water and milk with ratio 2:2:1
  • Spread the paste over the wrinkle areas and wait for 20 minutes until it dry.
  • Use warm water to clean the paste.
  •  Use once a week to obtain significant improvement in your hand.

Rice water treatment

  • Add white rice and some cold water to the blender to obtain liquid.
  • Keep the rice water of grind overnight for it to settle and take the white milk.
  •  Combine rice water with heated water (ratio 1:1.5)
  •  Soak hands in the liquid for 10 minutes daily. No need to wash off.
  • Do not keep the rice water for more than 2 days.

9. Green Tea
Green tea has many benefits to the skin. Group of antioxidants called catechin in green tea can be more potent than vitamins C and E in reducing the risk of cell damage, helping to detox, smoothening the skin, and keeping your skin young longer.


  •  Make a mixture consisting of 1 tablespoon of ground green tea, 2-3 tablespoons of plain yogurt and a pinch of turmeric powder
  •  Apply the mixture in the hands for 20 minutes.
  • Rinse with lukewarm water.
  • The frequency is once or twice a week.

Besides, drinking 1 to 2 cups of green tea daily can make the aging process slower.

Author Bio:
This guest post is by Emily Pham, a blogger with many years of experience in searching the best natural home remedies for beauty and health issues. All content provided is for informational and educational purposes. We recommend you consult a healthcare professional to determine which method is appropriate to you.

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